So, the very, very best thing to do, any time you get a new medication, is to make sure your doctor or pharmacist knows about every other medication you use.
That way, they can make sure not to prescribe you anything that would be a problem or, if they think they should anyway, they can let you know what those interactions might be.
Topical antibiotics, though, are not known to interact with BC. In fact, most kinds of even oral antibiotics aren't. But if your doc or pharmacist already knew you used the pill, I can assure you, they'd have let you know of any possible issues.
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